I have heard of nurses with "license issues" being marketing managers, patient liaisons, consultants, ADONs, and even a SNF Administrator. Mind you, all of these people had either extensive experience or other degrees and licenses to fall upon.
Without experience your degree is worth about as much as a degree is psychology or political science, of the same level of course. Hopefully you have a bachelor's degree, at least that will count for something if you attempt to find a job outside of healthcare.
Study, study, and study again until you pass NCLEX. Take NCLEX prep courses like they are going out of style.